May 09, 2018

SHARING YOUR ARTICLE

ASAS AUTHOR RESOURCE GUIDE

SHARING YOUR ARTICLE


On behalf of the American Society of Animal Science (ASAS) and the editors-in-chief, congratulations on having your article published in one of our premier journals!

It is a pleasure to present you with this Author Resource Guide to help you understand publication licenses and what reuse rights you have after your article has published. The most important thing to note is that all forms of reuse must provide full citation information for the published article, including the DOI and a link to the article on the journal’s website. Authors may share the toll-free link for their article they receive from OUP with colleagues, but this link is not meant for public use. For sharing on social media, authors must use the regular link to the article.

Article Versions

Version

Reuse Rights

Authors Original Version (AOV)

The version of the article submitted to the journal. Authors can reuse this version any time, provided that they indicate when the article has been submitted to, and when it is published in, the journal.

Accepted Manuscript (AM)

The version of the article accepted for publication. This version can be published on the author’s website or author’s institutional repository immediately, provided that it is not made publicly available until 12 months after the online date of publication. Authors can also share this version on Scholarly Collaboration Networks (SCNs) like Academia.edu, Mendeley, and ResearchGate 12 months after the online publication date.

Version of Record (VOR)

The final copyedited and typeset version that is published online. Authors can reuse this version only in their dissertations, conference presentations, for teaching purposes, or for grant funding unless the article is published under a Creative Commons (CC) license. Except when published under a CC license, this version of the article cannot be shared on SCNs. This version of the article can only be shared on for-profit platforms like ResearchGate if published under the CC BY license.

 

License Types

License

Reuse Rights

License to Publish (JAS only)

Author retains the copyright for the article and acknowledges the journal as having the exclusive right to publish and distribute.

CC BY NC

Author retains the copyright for the article. VOR can be reused by anyone, at any time, and in any medium for non-commercial purposes.

CC BY NC

Author retains the copyright for the article. VOR can be reused by anyone, at any time, and in any medium for non-commercial purposes, provided that the work is not altered or transformed in any way.

CC BY

Author retains the copyright for the article. VOR can be reused by anyone, at any time, and in any medium including for commercial purposes.

US Government and Crown Licenses

The US Government or Crown owns the copyright for the article. The journal is acknowledge as having the exclusive right to publish and distribute.